Dermablend brought Zombie Boy Rick Genest back from the land of the dead with four tubes of their leg and body gunk for their "Go Beyond the Cover" campaign.
Incredible, unbelievable, and inspirational is just a few words we could use to describe Italo Romano. After losing his legs in a train accident, this 23-year-old Brazilian skateboarding genius is proving that nothing is impossible.
Inspired by water — the River Rhine in particular — the Oris Source of Life Watch is a special version of the Aquis diver. Most notable on its deep blue face is the circular date scale and the white indicator that takes month-long laps around the dial to show the date. Its 43.5mm stainless steel case is enhanced by a gray tungsten bezel insert and a backplate embossed with a map of the Rhine. It's finished with either a stainless steel metal bracelet or gray rubber strap, and is limited to just 2,343 pieces to reflect the height above sea level of Lai da Tuma, the source of the Rhine.
Presented by Oris.
The ideal brush is one you'll actually want to use (twice) every day. Named one of the TIME's Best Inventions, quip is the slim, simple, and surprisingly enjoyable electric toothbrush designed to help you brush better, from just $25. Its sensitive sonic vibration pulses every 30 seconds for 2 full minutes to guide a full clean in hard to reach places. quip's nifty cover mounts to mirrors at home and hygienically stores your brush for travel in a bag or carry-on. When you subscribe, you'll get fresh brush heads automatically delivered on a dentist-recommended schedule — when your old bristles become dirty and ineffective — starting at $5 every 3 months with free shipping worldwide.
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Fauja Singh showed everyone up at the Toronto Waterfront Marathon, not for finishing first, but for finishing at all. The 100-year-old finished the 42km race in 8 hours and 25 minutes, making him the oldest person to complete a full marathon.